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Editor-In-Chief Wick Allison Talks D CEO Success

photography by Elizabeth Lavin

Dear Friend,

When I recruited Glenn Hunter from the Dallas Business Journal about two years ago to take over D CEO, I knew he was a top talent. After all, I had read and admired his work for years. But he has exceeded even my high expectations and produced a magazine that consistently features some of the most sparkling, interesting, and must-read journalism in Texas.

In June, our colleagues in the magazine industry honored Glenn and D CEO. This is what the City and Regional Magazine Association’s judges had to say when they named D CEO the best magazine in its category in the country:

“With its diverse range of articles, covering the business of everything from insurance and real estate to fashion and fast food, D CEO draws readers in and keeps their attention throughout.  Provocative photography complements thoroughly reported and smartly written features, and service information appeals to readers’ aesthetic and practical sides alike. From its front-of-book Prospectus/Ticker section and opinionated columns to its compelling well pieces and the products, personalities, and restaurants showcased in its back-of-book Indulgences, the magazine finds ever new angles from which to come at its subject. It is never formulaic, and it’s always fun to read.”

I couldn’t have said it better myself. I’m so proud of Glenn and his hard-working team that I just had to share this with you.

Thank you for your help in making D CEO such a success—and here’s to a brighter future for all of us.

All the best,

Wick Allison

D Magazine Partners, LP

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